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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Kaplds CaifUy. HVJ.. 4. 1971 i g Loed Camping pf ppf I Scheduled at Alert Theft Is a great variety of iceds In community. S What we Bred, meiey cai'l buy; we YOU, 8 time, ytmr desire to help. ..ADVISER: This is for a social-recreational girls' group .junior-high age. Volunteer time woujd be approximately six hours per month; including planning Si and conferences. RETIRED: Have you had experience In budget counseling? A downtown agency needs a counselor to help people with budgets and situations dealing with money. 8 TRANSPORTATION: We need someone lo drive five to six pro-school children to and from speech therapy. This would be three days a week in the afternoon. Si GROUP LEADER: A group of girls in special educa- :jij lion need a leader 'to wdrk ;wilh them two afternoons a month. Volunteer time would be about six hours a s month, planning and conferences. Si ...COUNSELOR: Professional counselor needed to fa- 1 cilitatc a group on marriage and family life. Group meets one evening a week. RECREATIONAL: People who like children lo work :'S with a mentally retarded group. This would involve crafts and physical education, early afternoons on week Consider, becoming involved; our town needs you, and you can help la never realized. Telephone the Voluntary Action Center or stop in at a member agency of United Way of Linn County. Libraries Can Help You Plan For Christmas The more than 50 libraries hi the 10-county East Central Regional Library System are "better equipped this year than ever before to help'with Christmas Mrs Nelie Neafie, ECRL admini stratqr, said Wednesday. "Supplemental collections provided by the East Central Regional Library augment expanded collections in local libraries to offer a wealth of material on decorating ideas, menu planning and gift selec- Mrs. Neafie said. In encouraging patrons to make use of their local library for holiday planning, Mrs. Neafie cited particularly the cookbooks and the current magazines which are availa- ble. She also pointed out that several libraries maintain collections of out-of-town 'tele'1 phone.books which can be helpful in checking addresses for the mailing of Christmas cards, The'East Central Regional Library system has more than books in its rotating collection, which arc circulat- ed :among the libraries in the 10 counties. The region includes Tama, Poweshiek, Linn, Jones, John- son, Jackson, Iowa, Clinton, Cedar and Benton counties. The Want Ad number is 398-8234. Camp Wapsie-Y two weeks of coeducational camping will be Inaugurated next summer at Camp Wap- j sie-Y, Camp Director Dwight Belknap announced Tuesday. The camp committee voted' to establsh the new program, Belknap said, when a study showed was a growing trend in other YMCA camps, lie said 41 of the 57 camps In the region al- ready offer coeducational camping. "The two periods will be open to all Eastern Iowa boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 15, said. The first period will start Aug. 3 and the second, Aug. 10. The camp committee also set the dates for the camp's 57th season of traditional boys' camps, There will be eight weeks camp, ith the first period starting June 8. Camp'Wapsie-Y is owned and operated by the YMCA of the Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area. However, attendance is open to youngsters throughout Eastern Iowa, regardless of whether they are YMCA members. Trucker Wins Case, but Loses Test Fred Anthony Heads Sokols Cub Scouts Fred J. Anthony Fred J. Anthony has been re-elected president of the Cedar Rapids, Sokol Gymnas- tic Assn. Other- officers include Jn- -scph. Don Pulkrab, secretary; Dennis Hrabak, financial sec- retary; Charles Km, treasur- er; Richard L. Kittrell, physi- cal director; Theodore B. Illubucck. educational direc- tor, and Pazour, editor of the Sokol monthly bulletin. Punch Punch, the beverage, got its name from the Hindu which means "five." The Hindus make their punch drink with five in- gredients sugar, arrack, spico, lemon juice and water. Pack 29 The following boys have received awards at Hoover school: Thomas Lar- son, Rick Pash, Mike Smith, Rick Brown, Eric Richman, Matt Walter, Jim Hasseil, Randy Buresh, Jeff Coder, Rick Ridenour. Gary Logan, Todd Hartwell and Kurt Smith. Pack 26 The following boys have received awards at Van Buren school: Lonnie Zingula, Rod Carlson, Alan Matheny, Todd Cook, Tim Woods, Don Rosdaii, Joey Miller, Ricky Bekeris, Kevin Sparks and Gary Silhanek. Pack 88 The following boys have received awards at Madison' school: Danny McClain, Jeff O'Lcary, Brian Jordan, Jeff Smith, Dennis Knock, John Thompson, John .Joey John Knuppe, Rodney Shuman. Darrel VVlcscndcr, Curt Hansel, Larry Clinton, Joy Lawson, Tim Flattey, Rolf Vonderhelde, Diri Rex, Kerry Ku'pka. Ronnie DeMoss anil Jim O'Brien. Dennis Clinton, John Mueller, Phil Newhard, Brian Cruise, Mark Dochler- man, Mark Reggcnlin, David Thompson, Terry liains, Tim Melsh, Kevin Ulhoff and Doug Votraubck. Ask Parents When In doubt, check with parents on the suitability of ti gift for a child. Awfce from the past. The CounlryPhoiw is the perfect complement to on decor. Or u nice way lo w.irm up .my clrar It's made of oak, with all ihu style and flavor of llie year 1906. Yel II works like n new phone. _ And it comes with a specially numbered Bicentennial CommemoMlivc plaque This piece of history is iivnilnblu lot SI79 iiM.ilUioa ih, al Norlhwmiem Bell. !l lor like to The Decoraior Phones. Northwestern Bell By Friekllig A northeast Cedar Rapids trucker wun his case in mag- istrate's court Tuesday after- noon but tils: victory was tempered not KettitiK to make a lest case of Cedur Rapids' truck route ordi- nances. Leo Richard Jaincs, 808 Blairs Kerry road NE, was churgcd with driving his 17- tou truck Oct. 18 in lite 900 block of Center Point road NE. This and most other por- tions of Center. Point road, as well as much of Edgewood road, are off-limits to trucks in excess of five tons by city ordinance to the chagrin of James and other independent truckers living .on the northeast side. George Davis of Tim Council street NE. a friend of James' who was one of several scheduled to appear in court as prospective defense wit- nesses, said (he embargo on these two main streets forces truckers-to go far out of their way to get to downtown Cedar Rapids. Davis pointed out that lo gel lo the downtown factories, trucks niust go on Collins road to First avenue a route which costs .more money and uses more fuel. Davis further contends pol ice do not stop trucks from firms in northeast Cedar Rap- ids which use Center Point road. "If they're going to arrest us, Ihojr1; should also arrest those Davis claimed. So when James was picked up, ho and his friends decided to present testimony on their gripes Ih court. They did not gel a cliance, however., because James' lawyer rested his case wilhout presenting any witnesses. lie merely argued that a provision of the truck, ordi- nance requires the arresting officer to ask the truck driver the destination of his load. If il is in the vicinity of the point of arrest, the driver may nol be ticketed. In James' case, the officer could not remember asking where the cargo was headed for. So Magistrate Brent llarstad found James not guilty. Davis said afterward If given the chance, he and the other drivers would have complained about Die em- bargo and asked for equal protection under the ordi- nance. Stolen Art Work Regained BERGAMO, Italy (AP) An altarpiece by Italian Ren- aissance master Lorenzo Lotto valued at was re- covered by police nearly a month after it was stolen from a church at Sedrina, a village near this north Italian city. Police reported (he paint- ing, portraying a Madonna with Jesus and saints, was found in a stolen car stopped by police near Bergamo. McKinley Band Concert Friday The McKinley junior high Bear band, Jazz band and orchestra will present a fall concert al p.m. Friday In McKinley auditorium. Selections performed by .the band, directed by Robert Sad- llek, will Include "Rhapsodic Episode" by Carter, "Colonel Bogey" by Alford, "Green- "Trumpets Trium- phant" by Cacavas and "Ole" by Siravo. The Jazz band will play "Tater and "Trombone The McKinley orchestra, directed by Emily perform "Waltz of the Flow- .ers" by Tchaikovsky, "Came- and "Danse Infernal" from "The Firebird" Stravinsky. Admission is for adults and 50 cents for students'. GIFTS OFFICE FURNITURE PICTURES Browsing is invited at Sanford's Christmas Cards SEE OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS CARDS ON SECOND FLOOR Beautiful serving ware handcrafted in selected American Black Walnut Salad bowls 1 and 2 tier trays Ice buckets Salad dressing servers FRAMED PICTURES for every decor Sanford's stock a fine selection of unframed pictures for your selection. Choose from a wide selection of pictures moldings to make a frame of your choice. Custom made picture frames is another Sanford Service. MAIN FLOOR Social Stationery Office Supplies Artiiti Supplies Books The perfect gift! RUMBACHER BRUSHES COLORS ARTISTS' MATERIAL 'World Nation' 12" GLOBE by Desk model scales Diet Scales Desk set of rubbed walnut, to fit any decor. With brown White Dot ballpoint, gift-packaged. SHEAFFER The Living Bible Paraphrased A Bible that spwads to today's person in today's language. Recommended by both Catholic and Protestant religious leaders. The living Bibb clearly expresses the teachings of Christianity. In the idiom of me modern world. Deluxe green binding. The most, popular 12-inch globe on the market in raised relief and with flexible Gyro- Matic mounting. BASEMENT TOYS RECORDS RADIOS CAMERAS Panasonic Especially for Your car 95 Panasonic CX-375 SUPER COMPACT 8-TRACK CAR STEREO Compact cartridge tape player. Two power amplifiers deliver 12 watts of stereo power. Separate volume and tone controls. automatic program selector. Vertical Head Movement System. Illuminated channel indi- cator. Continuous volume and tone controls. Low power consumption. Solid state. pocket-size The remarkable new _ _ OLYMPUS 35 ECR At last they've invented the perfect camera for travelers. The world's smallest electronic camera slips into your pocket, yet has fully automatic ex- posure control: Even the flash system is automatic, This exciting full-frame 35mm camera has a pro- fessional-type 5-element NOW ONLY lens that guarantees razor sharp pictures every time. Drop in for a dem- onstration today. 1 _. STORE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Ctowd Sunday Telephone Orders Dial 363-2036 DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS 215-217 3rd SF,   

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